Part 1 – How to apply a Carnauba Wax using the Straightline Technique

Mike Phillips demonstrates how to properly use the “Straight Line” technique when applying Pinnacle Souverän™ Carnauba Paste Wax. Mike demonstrates his technique for applying Pinnacle Souverän™ Paste Wax in a straight line to avoid instilling swirls. Products Used: Pinnacle Souverän™ Paste Wax Cobra Indigo Microfiber Polishing Cloth Brinkmann Maxfire Dual Xenon Rechargeable Swirl Finder Spotlight Pinnacle Foam Wax Applicator Part 1 of the 2 part video series.

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18 Reacties op Part 1 – How to apply a Carnauba Wax using the Straightline Technique

  1. redneon99 schreef:

    Isn’t it better? to wax the car with the Porter Cable 7424 XP rather than by hand?

  2. autogeek schreef:

    Hi redneon99,
    That would be personal preference. This video was about? how to use a specific technique “by hand”. But you can do it both ways and some people like to use a machine and some people like to relax and enjoy waxing by hand.

    -Mike Phillips

  3. jasonism123 schreef:

    Sir, what do you think about Turtle Wax (Hardshell/Carnauba? Wax)? here in the Philippines, we don’t have a wide array of different brands for car wax and other car accessories..Is the Turtle Wax ok? I can’t even find paint sealants here, unless I order it from Ebay.. I’m planning to have my old car repainted(washover), and I’m asking for you opinion on a good/decent brand of car wax..thanks

  4. autogeek schreef:

    The Turtle Wax product is an entry level product and is better than nothing.
    Check out the Autogeek.net store, plenty? of hight quality options and we ship overseas.
    -Mike Phillips

  5. autogeek schreef:

    Personal Preference and it depends upon whether? or not you have a machine.

    I personally prefer to apply waxes and paint sealants by machine but I show all kinds of techniques because people are different. Each person can pick and choose what works best for them.

    -Mike Phillips

  6. RobDTom schreef:

    No, not a big deal at all Mike, I was just poking some fun.

    I do think that technically is it supposed to be pronounced “Kar-now-bah” but virtually nobody says it that way.

    Keep up the great work!!?

  7. RobDTom schreef:

    No, not a big deal? at all Mike, I was just poking some fun.

    I do think that technically is it supposed to be pronounced “Kar-now-bah” but virtually nobody says it that way.

    Keep up the great work!!

  8. bobdudle123211 schreef:

    hey mike, is it ok if i use a layer of carnauba wax for the shine first then add a layer of? synthetic or longevity? will this affect the performance or anything negativly?

  9. b0ss6769 schreef:

    This guy? really knows what he’s talking about !

  10. topexotics schreef:

    hi,
    i have a problem: when I spin the applicator and the jar to get the wax? of the jar the wax block spins too and i don’t get the friction between the applicator and the wax. that’s because there is a tiny little space between the wax and the jar walls. how should I fix that?
    thanks in advance

  11. autogeek schreef:

    Squeeze the side of the jar with the hand that’s holding the jar. You an also rub back and forth although there’s not a lot of room… just do your best.

    You could also warm the sides with a hair dryer and this will help re-stick the wax to the side of the? jar.

    -Mike

  12. Liberaltedjo schreef:

    what pad foam u? use ?

  13. autogeek schreef:

    Any clean, soft foam wax applicator pad will work, just make sure it’s clean and the paint surface is clean too. ? -Mike

  14. Liberaltedjo schreef:

    what brand ? btw how to cleaning the pad ? because i have 3 wax and just 1pad…

    thx for the answer autogeek. u helping me as well?

  15. autogeek schreef:

    Come to our free machine polishing clinic on June 24th and I’ll show you how to wax your car? by machine safely, easily and quickly. -Mike

  16. jewie27 schreef:

    My? right ear is happy

  17. MrChilton50 schreef:

    This is so cheesy “We do the research so you don’t? have to” Great advice as I do car valeting.

  18. autogeek schreef:

    Car Detailing? is a fun job especially if you like cars. I love cars and I love working on them. Check out AutogeekOnline . NET on Thursday nights for our “Live Broadcasts” where we take a cool car and share detailing tips and techniques. -Mike Phillips

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